wrong in the requirements, cost analysis, etc. The contents in the template includes: Executive summary: This part of the business case briefly elaborates the proposed project. Project: This constitutes business needs, project limitations, background of the project, assumptions, identifying stakeholders. Project Requirements: The end product of the project should be explained and should answer how would the project meets the scope and necessity of the business. Risk management: This section includes the estimation of the risk, mitigate actions and how much does each risk and its mitigating factor costs, how the counter measure against the risk is implemented. Cost Analysis: This section includes the project cost assessment, how the project deliverable could is achieved within the budget and cost effective measures and also cash flow statements are included. Recommendation: If there are any changes in proposed system for the development of the business, those changes are included in this section. Otherwise, it's an optional. Scoping study: Since it's a primary business case, it includes how to manage the detail business case and the costs associated with it. Authorization: The proposal should be approved and authorized by project sponsors. Schedule of Annexes: All the documents that assists the finance in assessing the policy merit of the investment proposal is included in this section.
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